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, but it seems they've already got their first target in mind. it's iowa congressman steve king. in the words of a top aide to mr. rove, quote, we're concerned about steve king's todd akin problem. all of the things he said are going to be hung around his neck. karen, aside from the fact that mr. king refers to undocumented immigrants as lazy dogs, suggested hillary clinton's state department has ties to the muslim brother 450dhood, and that he doesn't know where the president was born, might targeting mr. king actually help mr. king in some way? >> it could, although here is what i think it does broadly for the republican party. it does mean whoever the ultimate nominee, republican nominee in that race is, has to figure out a way to bring all those voters back together to get enough vote to then run against a democratic opponent who won't have been so ideally beaten up during a primary. remember, it was this sort of republican on republican violence during the primary that gave us, you know, vul titure capitalism that was used in the general election. >> it was also one of the finest clown s
pointers in the last year and a half. chief pilot steve robertson was attacked himself, suffering two burned corneas. >> you take the vision from a pilot, that aircraft's ability to land is greatly compromised. >> reporter: on the lookout for a light that blinds, rather than illuminates. jim avila, abc news, washington. >>> and now, we want to tell you about a great american athlete who took another tough tumble today. lindsey vonn, the comeback kid who won the big downhill race in the 2010 olympics, even though she has crashed and had to bounce back so often in her career. well, guess what? tonight, she has to do it again. this is her today, head over skis, crashing down a mountain in austria. watch it again, as we slow it down. she crumples, right there, after the landing, on her right knee and tears two ligaments. she'll need surgery. she was air-lifted away. >>> and one more headline out of the sports world tonight. the super bowl. new documents released today showed that even before the big game, superdome officials were so worried about a power outage, they replaced hundreds of
insider trading investigation of steve cohen. charlie gasparino. >> talk about breathless intros. liz: we're excited here. >> you know, listen, they've been looking at steve cohen since 07. we should point out that's when he kind of first got on the fbi's radar screen. the fbi agent who helped try to develop a case against him. he's actually the fbi agent who got the sort of court order -- not the sort of -- the court order to bug steve cohen's home which we were first to report here on fox business network. i think he did that in 08. they have narrowed the cases -- there's been many -- lots of insinuation and fishy trades that look like possible inside information trading before material events. they've narrowed it down to obviously this one case involves martoma -- liz: former trader. >> basically telling steve cohen something. they had a phone call about why he was buying and selling the shares of two drug company stocks. he's been indicted because he got insider information from a doctor; right? now the question is will cohen be indicted based on that phone call? here's what i know, i
. here's fbi special agent in charge steve richardson. >> within the past 24 hours, negotiations deteriorated and mr. dykes was observed holding a gun. at this point, fbi agents fearing the child was in imminent danger entered the bunker and rescued the child. the child appears physically unharmed and being treated at a local hospital. the subject is deceased. >> the fbi steve richardson did not say whether the 65-year-old jimmy dykes killed himself or was shot and killed by police. again, the week long hostage stand off is over. much more for you on this on our 10:00 news cast. >> with your weather alert this evening, light snow on the way. a storm system headed towards the region. what's become kind of a weekly thing now. >> almost daily right? a couple rounds of waves of light snow. if you are keeping track since friday, this might be our fourth round. this one to promote a few advisories. start with radar and show you where this is. you are starting to get light snow. the closest it's gotten to metro washington is starting to show a few light flurries into the frederick area.
. steve richardson who is the special agent in charge of the fbi mobile's division. along with sheriff wally olsen as well as huma call colonel of the department of safety. we are going to give a briefing on the development that it can pla took place in this investigation. they will not entertain questions. we will have opportunity later for that. this is a general briefing. should be 5 minutes. steve richardson r. -i-c-h-a-r ; r-i-c-h-a-r-d-s-on. wally olsen, o-l--son. cle we will have that later this evening and we will let you know. we will update you as soon as that is known. >> thank you. it will be 5 minutes. >> okay. so what we have heard now 5 minutes from now you want to keep it here on fox because we are going to have the press conference where we will be receive ago general briefing of the details of what has transpired during the past hour with the incredible news that the 5-year-old special needs child that was being held captive in an under ground bunker has been released. the sheriff will be providing some of the details for us of exactly what happened. some initial repo
, white house correspondent for the hill, amie parnes and steve. >> good morning. >> the growth in the u.s. economy turned negative for the first time. how is the president interpreting the latest economic numbers? >> the white house is basically saying that this report shows that the economy is still healing, something they have said. but they used the record to say, you know, they carbed that spending cuts -- that the greater spending cuts could -- could hurt the economy. that's where they are right now. we need to replace sequester, strike the right balance between spending and revenue and meanwhile republicans are kind of pointing the finger at them, saying you threw away the jobs council, where are the jobs? more finger pointing on both sides. >> let's switch gears and talk about former senator chuck hagel's confirmation hearing for second of defense. there were some pretty tense moments, let's take a listen. >> were you correct or incorrect when you said that the surge would be the most dangerous foreign policy plunder in th ee vietnam. correct or incorrect. the question is were yo
that inspired the movie "the blind side" has an impossibly happy ending. abc's steve osunsami on a big football star, the woman who adopted him and the dream they didn't even dare to dream. >> reporter: it was a powerful moment. >> we just both darted for each other and he picked me up. >> reporter: this picture of an emotional leigh ann touhy huggin her adopted son "big mike" who some neighbors felt that she and her family should never have taken in. >> he was so excited, and i was just sobbing. i mean, i was absolutely sobbing. >> reporter: and now he's a super bowl champion. >> we won the super bowl! >> dreams do come true. >> reporter: theirs is the true story behind the film "the blind side." where sandra bullock won an oscar for her portrayal of a white mother who reached past her comfort zone to lift up a young black teenager from a broken home. >> he is your family, michael. you have to protect them from those guys. >> reporter: the actress had seats at the game and dressed her son in oher's jersey. today, on their drive back home to memphis the real leigh anne told us she loves michael
of remembrance ten years after the columbia accident. steve harrigan is live in cape canaveral, florida. steve? >> reporter: jon, a day of remembrance here, but also a day of gratitude, remembering those who gawf their lives for -- gave their lives for space exploration. among the speakers, the widow of the commander of the spaceship columbia. >> february 1, 2003, became a traumatic, shocking day. anticipating a joyful homecoming of our crew, we were jolted in the viewing area into a nightmarish stroll of fear, uncertainty and horror. that led to a crushing announcement that the crew had perished. >> reporter: three major tragedies in nasa's history claimed the lives of 17 astronauts beginning in 1967 with the apollo i, a fire onboard the capsule on the launching pad claimed the lives of three including gus brisesome, a veteran of the america ri program, and then again in 1986 it was the space shuttle challenger. that shuttle flew for just 73 seconds before exploding, a tragedy that was captured before the ideas of many school children, that's because it was the first teacher in space program,
not close any branches currently open on the weekends. of course, the cuts in service mean fewer jobs. steve sensteve steve centanni. >> reporter: vermont independent bernie sanders said this will send the post office into a death spiral. white house press secretary jay carney received to prefer a more comprehensive approach to postal reform. >> it would be our preference that that package of reforms be implemented for the sake of a stronger future of the postal service. we're looking at this particular action now and, you know, i can't really evaluate it yet since we just found out about it yesterday. >> republicans largely applaud the post office for bein propro active in the face of difficult budget constraints. >> the congress in its wisdom has tied their hands every which waylly run the post office in a revenue newt nl way. congress needs to afnlgt no question about that. >> the post office has taken the initiative and is looking for ways to cut costs and looking at ways of saving $2 billion. it doesn't get us all the way there, but it's a good start. >> that's just a sampling of some o
each individual troop to adopt its own policy on the issue. >> reporter: boy scout steve tenet and his 16-year-old son christopher have been involved in the last five years. they're straight but don't like the policy excluding gays. >> i have a huge problem with that. >> what did you learn when you found that a local troop threw out a kid because he was gay? >> i was shocked. shocked and amazed. appalled. i couldn't believe it. >> the teen thrown out last october was 18-year-old ryan andresne who was about to become an eagle scout. >> it's totally devastating. >> i can't imagine ever doing that to a boy, but that's what this policy would have me do. >> but others in scouting about washing about the quick change. >> we were caught completely off guard with it. we've had a policy that's been in place for over a hundred years that seems to have functioned for the most part soundly. >> reporter: in a letter to the boy scout board of directors, godfrey's council urged that voting on the change be delayed. the tenents hour say they're ready to accept gays. >> there's a 16-year-old going on a
, we flew with the flight police patrol that uses an infrared camera. chief pilot steve robertson was attacked himself, suffering two burned corneas. >> you take the vision from a pilot, that aircraft's ability to land is greatly compromised. >> reporter: on the lookout for a light that blinds rather than illuminates. jim avila, abc news, washington. >> i just question what these people are doing that you have so little in life that you want to sit on your porch and shine a light and potentially harm pilots, put lives at risk. what kind of moron do you have to be to do that? >> it sounds like he heard the helicopter outside and got upset. that's why he did that. this part i love. he was so dumb, he didn't even -- he was at his home. just go next door. it's the dark. no one is going to see you slip into your own house. >> consider this serious stat. from 2011, a beam that's just 1/25 of an inch wide at its origin can be two to three feet wide by the time it gets to that plane. that's why it can hurt them and put the whole plane at risk. >> it's so serious that in 2012 it was banned
with an ear for music, this talented cashier is now a youtube sensation. abc's steve osunsami has her story. ♪ i'm proud to be a coalminer's daughter ♪ >> reporter: she's proof there's big talent in small places. 21-year-old kayla sloan was toiling away in the checkout lane at this walmart in west virginia when a customer noticed her singing a tune. and then pulled out an iphone to record the magic. little did she know the video would catch fire on the internet. ♪ my coat of many colors >> reporter: this is coal mining country. her husband is a coal miner, her grandfather, too. she told us she's had big dreams for years. but never thought there's any chance they could come true. >> i never even thought that it would make it that far. i honestly thought that people would see me and enjoy it. but as far as it making -- making it that far, i never even dreamed. i'm hoping to be on the grand ole opry. ♪ take the ribbon from my hand >> reporter: when she was 15, she and her brother cobbled together what little they had to record this homemade album that no one heard. but now she's a hit.
a million dollars on the arkansas scholarship lottery. >> reporter: would you believe it, a day later, steve weaver's wife, terri, won another 50 grand. the chances of that, 1 in 3 billion. lightning can strike more than twice. but steve won't be buying snakeskin shoes and moving to vegas. >> i'm just a country boy. i'm not trying to be somebody i'm not. i'm going to stay the same. >> reporter: and terri won't quit her job at the water company. >> no, sir. >> reporter: here's how it happened. last weekend, the weavers were on their way to their cabin and they stopped in to buy some scratch cards. steve won $1 million. >> i thought i was having a heart attack. there was no way. i was sitting in the chair in my recliner, most all night long. >> reporter: the next day, they bought a couple more from the same gas station. and terri bagged the 50 grand. >> i'm not expecting anything like this to happen again. i want to take full advantage of it. >> reporter: he's not buying a new truck. >> i like the truck i've got. it's six, seven years old. it's a good truck and i like it. >> reporter: they'll
is okay. and that the kidnapper is dead. we were told by state representative steve klaus that ethan is now in a local hospital, dothan, alabama, not that far away. we hope he's with his mom, with his family. and he's beginning to adjust. let's talk about this adjustment process. a forensic psychologist is joining us. tell us about what they need to do. a 5-year-old. he's almost 6 years old. he suffers apparently from a mild form ofs an purchasinger's syndro syndrome, attention deficit disz order. what do they need to do to get this boy going, restart his life? >> it's going to be a bit complicated. first of all, by the fact that he does have asperger's. the problem there is oftentimes, as many people know, that means that there's difficulty with communication skills. and one the things that is going to be especially difficult is to get him to be able to verbalize in a very nuanced way what he needs to say about what happened. i think that's going to be their biggest hurdle. getting him to talk about the trauma. it's going to have to take place in his time, when he feels like talking
, is about to begin. so the we're going right there now. >> steve richardson, who is the special agent in charge of the fbi's mobile division along with dale county sheriff wally olson as well as hugh mccall, we're going to give a briefing on the development that took place in this investigation and this will not be an opportunity for -- they will not entertain questions. we will have opportunities later for that. this is just a general briefing to discuss the development of what happened here today. so should be in five minutes. steve richardson, the spelling richards richardson. sure you all know wally olson o-l-s-o-n. hugh mccall, h-u-g-h, mccall m-c-c-a-l-l. thank you. >> so we're just hearing from -- what appears to be a public relations spokesperson explaining that in five minutes a press conference will be taking place. gabe gutierrez is our correspondent on the ground. gabe, go ahead. >> reporter: hi, martin. how are you? certainly a lot of excitement here as people await this news conference. i was able to confirm with local law enforcement that the child is alive and the susp
weekend. >> what? >> what? >> abc's nick watt has the story. >> reporter: i say we crown steve and terry weaver america's luckiest couple. yep, that's not one check from the lottery, that's two. here's what happened. heading to their cabin, they stopped at the citgo, bought some scratch cards. >> it said 1 mil. it dawned on me it meant $1 million. >> reporter: next day they went back into town and bought some more. it was terry's turn. >> i would give anything if i had a picture of her face right then. i said yeah, sure, terry. i won a million dollars and you're going to try to steal my thunder. >> reporter: not quite, but she bagged another $50,000. the chances of that double win, 1 in billions. franco selak survived a train wreck, a plane crash, four horrific car accidents, a bus crash and getting hit by a bus. then bought a lottery ticket and won $1 million. and now the weavers. terry has tried but failed to spend even a little. >> i was at the mall yesterday after this, and i said there's not really anything that i want right now. >> reporter: and steve, a plumber, doesn't even want
to make an oscar-winning movie. as abc's steve osunsami tells us, this super bowl win was a victory of a family made not from blood but love. >> reporter: it was a powerful moment. >> we just both darted for each other and he picked me up. >> reporter: this picture of an emotional leeann tuohy hugging adopted son, big mike. some neighbors felt she and her family never should have taken in. >> he was so excited. i was sobbing. i was absolutely sobbing. >> reporter: and now a super bowl champion. >> we won the super bowl. >> dreams can come true. >> reporter: theirs is the true story behind the film "the blindside." where sandra bullock won an oscar for portrayal of a white mother who reached past her comfort zone to lift up a young black teenager. >> this team is your family. you have to protect them. >> reporter: the actress had scenes at the game and dressed her son in ohr's jersey. on the drive back home, the real leeann told us she loves michael just as much as her biological children. >> families don't have to match. you don't have to look like some one else to love them. the th
of scout families. here's john blackstone. >> boy scout troop leader steve tennant and his 16-year-old son christopher have been involved in scouting for the last five years. they are straight, but don't like the policy excluding gays. >> i have a huge problem with that. >> reporter: what did it feel like when you heard that a local troop had thrown out a kid because he was gay? >> i was shocked. shocked and amazed. appalled. i couldn't believe it. >> reporter: the teen thrown out last october was 18-year-old ryan anderson, who was about to become an eagle scout. >> getting my eagle award taken is totally devastating. hearing that it's happening to other scouts is also totally devastating. >> i can't imagine ever doing that to a boy. but that's what this policy would have me do. >> reporter: but others in scouting warn about quickly changing the current policy banning gays. kay godfrey is with the salt lake city scout council that has over 100,000 members. >> we were caught completely off guard with it. we've had a policy that's been in place for over 100 years that seems to have functione
thousand, and the president said thanks to steve we expanded support for our brightest engineers and ontras they pursu ground breaking innovations. i am grateful that steve agreed to join in my cabinet and i wish him all the best in the future. the stimulus bill had millions for green energy ventures including new batteries and the u.s. has sort of pioneered some of the new inventions. >> it will be interesting to see who the president picks in his replacement. another thing, and i know you are following the big announcement today out of the white house. changing the controversial health care policy that required religious organizations to provide birth control coverage for women, and i believe the white house is changing its position. explain how and why. >> reporter: the department of health and human services are defining how they are interpreting the rule and it means that any religious organization now does not have to offer contraception directly to their employees if they object to that, instead the insurance company they work with will provide it. the religious organization is left
a love like this for another person. you know? it's a deep, deep love. >> reporter: steve sierra says he's heartbroken. he had always dreamed of spending the rest of his life with sarai. >> she's amazing. i mean, she is amazing. you know? she truly is. just very loving. with the kids, she's so loving and caring. >> reporter: police are now taking dna samples from 21 suspects. and comparing them to dna found under sarai sierra's fingernails. they are combing through hundreds of hows of surveillance video. that's sierra in a mall, just one day before she was due home. just a couple of hours before she left, she told her family she would come to this bridge to take a few final photos. it's only about a 15-minute walk from her house. she never made it. and she was never seen again. >> i would like to know what happened from the time she left her room, to the time she was going to take pictures of the bridge. >> reporter: sierra's coffin has been moved to a church to prepare for the journey home. in new york, her family is shocked and inconsolable. >> she was going to go on this trip. i hugge
freebies. we're going to check in with steve novielo for a look at the promotional premiums. >> believe it or not, time to think about your taxes and we've got a look at ways to file that will make sure you save every penny you deserve. it is 7:56. fox 5 morning news continues next.  a turkey-cheddar-bacon in the afternoon, or a tuna salad when the job is done, sandwich on your terms with any of dunkin's freshly made bakery sandwiches for just $2.99. america runs on dunkin'. we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. but, but makes coffee so wrong. i think he puts like maybe two tablespoons in the whole pot, so it just tastes like water. and i keep trying to tell him, dad, you have to put more coffee in here, but it doesn't work. so with blonde, i think he gets the flavor that he likes, so he feels more comfortable putting the appropriate amount of coffee in the thing. he does, jerry likes it light. ♪
. >> steve: keep it tuned to fox and we'll have the "fox & friends" after the show show starting in one second. >> brian: jane me on the radio. >> the search continues for dorner. they still have aerial searches, ground searches and door-to-door searches going on. a lot of assistance from all of our neighboring counties and our police departments. we have k-9 units here. and so far, we have not located hip. >> auld hands on deck for law enforcement agencies expanding their search from the los angeles area a massive manhunt for a ex-officer shooting two officers and killing three people. they found 33-year-old chris dorner's pickup truck and tracks leading away from hit. good morning. i'm rick folbaum here for bill hemmer. >> i'm alisyn camerota in for martha maccallum. thousands of officers span out across three states and mexico they're patrolling off schools and ceiling off neighborhoods. let's listen. >> when i went to get the kids out of the school, there were fbi agents under cover. after i knew who they were i felt better. it was too close to home. it is kind of scary. rick: domin
. because the ingenuity and entrepreneurship kind of slows down. >> steve jobs is turning over his glaif you actually put him in the same sentence as microsoft. >> i can't help it. that's what this remind me of. and i think there's some pretty smart people out there talking about this. >> larry, there's another part of the story. the fed is issuing perpetual money. and so i don't think it makes sense for apple to consider jumping into the business of creating new financial products. the fed is driving people into this financial bubble of products. we've got a boom in new york, a boom in washington, d.c. but it's not good for the country to have a company like apple that's supposed to make innovative technology products getting into the financial business. >> david, you've got $137 billion of cash, for heaven's sake. you got to come up with -- you got more money there, you can innovate, you can entrepreneur, you can have more iphones. you can have more ipads. you can create stuff that even i know how to use. but $137 billion of cash for heaven's sakes. i think mr. david einhorn has the story
trying to coalesce early and steve lynch came in as a spoiler, but now that scott brown is not in it, it's hard to tell. in a way unless the republicans can scramble and get a viable candidate, the whole race will come down to the democratic primary. in which case it's not going to matter. >> thank you. >> thanks for having me. >> we turn our attention to international affairs. the violence in syria was on the vice president's agenda. vice president biden met with syria's main coalition and promised continuing u.s. support. the unrest led to a major humanitarian crisis and the fighting between rebel forces and the president's military forced hundreds of thens of syrians from their homes. 700,000 rev news poured into neighboring countries. the united nations is making annest to raise money and give aid to the victims that. and unicef recruited mia farrow to raise awareness. she received acclaim for her role in rosemary's baby. children especially. she joins my by television. we hoped to have you via skype and there was a problem with the connection. we will take you on the phone as well.
through with the $5 million. >> stephanie: you know when steve doocy has to point out that you are stupid -- steve doocy said it was a joke. and trump said that was venom that wasn't a joke. in fact he was nervous when he said it. it was a pathetic delivery. [ phyllis diller laughter ] >> stephanie: there, i did not -- my mother did not have sex with an orangutan. it's not why my hair is orange. that was a spectacular story. >> what a dope. >> how did he ever make any money at all? >> stephanie: maybe he didn't. >> he lost it ail on a casino. >> stephanie: yes. the business was probably good -- people are like let's go where the house always loses. that's awesome. all right. eighteen minutes after the hour. i'm going to freeze that entire bit in carbonite. >> please do. >> stephanie: backing up all of your computer files, it is important. you can't do it once in a while. it's not good enough. stop shaking your head like a stupid imfoe mesh shall side kick. >> what? >> uh-huh. uh-huh. uh-huh. >> stephanie: you are like one of those little dogs -- you are a bobble h
should be put away. thank you. >> steve is an independent caller in michigan. >> i want to repeat what the last gentleman said. i'm a junkie on these things. this hearing demonstrated the highest kinds of ways our government should work. the questions were on point, there's was little grandstanding. there was no politicking that i could see. people did have their points compared to the haguele hearings last week. this was the highest and i'm afraid the ones for hagel had to do with the quality of the candidates, particularly, mr. brennan. >> given the fact that was sensitive information. do you feel like you learned a lot from the hearing? caller: yes, i guess i learned more about brennan than i knew. he appears to be, at least by reputation in the way they talked about him that he's not going to be so secretive as some of the past c.i.a. directors have been. i'm sure there are things he committed to that he went be able to do. >> he spent time in the c.i.a. and he was former executive deputy director from 2001-2003. bill is on the republican line. bill, hello. caller: how are you? >>
montana. democratic governor steve bullock delivered this update on his state. he spoke for about 40 minutes. [applause] >> lieutenant governor walsh, mr. president, mr. speaker, members of the 63rd legislature, governor and mrs. babcock, honored members of the judiciary, my fellow statewide officials, tribal leaders, members of my cabinet, and my fellow mon tannans. lisa, caroline, alex and cameron, my name is steve and i work for the state. [laughter] [applause] i like those 12,000 other coworkers arrived at the job site each day it serve the people of montana. it is an honor and a pleasure to be the public servant entrusted with giving this address. any changes of administration naturally will bring changes to the governor's mansion. changes in substance, changes in style, changes in perspective. with the bullocks moving into the neighborhood, some of those changes are unavoidable. you know, it's been 40 years since the predominant noise eminating from the governor's mansion has been the sound of children. children laughing, singing, shouting, playing, just being kids. that noise
. >> steve: coming up tomorrow, lisa gibbons and navy seals for hire as nannies. maria molina will join us in the after the show show. why do i think we should redo our set in shag carpet? >> brian: i don't know. something to do with the guys behind you. if you have to run from the tv, run to the radio. kilmeade and friends gets started in three seconds, two seconds. >> gretchen: have a great day. bye, everyone. martha: a small alabama town's nightmare is over after being held hostage for 7 very long days. a little boy is with his mom this morning. great news to report today. i'm martha mccallum in america's newsroom. gregg: i'm gregg jarrett. the little boy is said to be just fine, he's laughing and playing with his toys. martha: we are learning the details of this daring raid that managed to save him and kill his captor. >> within the past 24 hours negotiations deer to yaitd and mr. dykes was observed holding a gun. at this point fbi agents fearing the child was in imminent danger entered the bunker and rescued the child. the child appears physically unharmed and is being treated at a lo
. >> san francisco police steve graham suhr says the kevin collins case as long haunted him and his department. he says he remembers when colin went missing. he was relatively new on the for the time. suhr also attended the same school as kevin. he talked about what it was like speaking with kevin's mother about talking--taking a closer look at the cold case. >> he also said that along with many other veteran officers, he is deeply committed to finding kevin and uncovering the truth about the disappearance. >> fairfield police said they're now working with the fbi in the search for the kill of a 13 year-old girl whose body was found in a park last week. >> authorities are currently analyzing surveillance video from the area or a 13 year- old murder victim of genelle conway-allen was last seen. >> they did release this picture taken last thursday afternoon it is believed to be the last known image of the young girl. a memorial continues to grow at allen witt park were body was found. her family released a statement saying " this has been a devastating tragedy for our family and our c
of the disadvantaged. host: laudan aron? because really what steve said is the main point. the panel just did not have a lot of data to really begin to cross-national differences on that, but it is clearly a very intuitive and logical line of research that we would love to continue to support with additional data. i did also want to point out that so many of these comments about our lifestyles and exercise and pe with children are really about prevention. not getting ill to begin with. it does seem that especially since we documented this, the pervasiveness of the help disadvantaged across the life course, trying to prevent illness early in life and keeping americans healthy is really the way to go. if we could figure out how to do that on all fronts, i think we would be in much better shape. host: a viewer tweets in -- can you go through the good news? what did you find that gives hope? guest: there are definitely a few areas where we did not find a disadvantage, and we were at the top of the heap, so to speak. one of them, ages above 75 -- age-specific mortality rates at those higher ages are defini
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